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... The point of this post is to share my experiences as well to get some feedback form others in order to figure out what is happening during recovery and why. The doctors generally don't know why. They just tell you to wait and it will get better. ... (10 replies)
... he bottom corner of his eye. The rest is now mostly black although he could see feel the tv light and his hand waving. Could we be mistaking and it's still the bubble gas blocking the rest of the view? ... (5 replies)
... the next few days, I noticed the double vision, wavy line, distortion, etc. I asked my doctor yesterday but he offered no answers, just told me to wait till the bubble is all gone. ... (15 replies)

... On my next visit, my IOP was high, which is not uncommon because of the gas bubble, so I was prescribed glaucoma drops to be used twice daily for two weeks. ... (15 replies)
... Can I get some feedback from anyone that has recovered from a detached retina where a gas bubble was injected during the reattachment operation? ... (4 replies)
... I had vitrectomy operations for retinal detachment for both eyes, and it took 2 or 3 weeks until the gas bubble injected in the eyeball went away (was automatically replaced by your eye's own saline solution). Until then the vision is, indeed, blurry. So, that's okay. But before that ask him to maintain the head down position or whatever the doctor has advised, very strictly,... (1 replies)
... A gas bubble was placed in my eye to reattach the retina. ... (6 replies)
... 8/26 update: I had a vitrectomy macula off RD with gas bubble on 6/18/15. At my week 10 postop, the gas bubble still at 10%. I am seeing very much everything above the bubble line now, however the overall vision is very poor, I am at 20/100 today same as 5 week ago. The distorted, crooked and double vision still here. The retina is healing fine according to the doctor. With... (10 replies)
... gone. Vision "above" the bubble is back, but it concerns me. The doc told me it would take weeks or months for the vision to improve, and the logical part of my brain understands that. ... (8 replies)
... complaint" until the bubble is all gone. ... (15 replies)
... Able to see things above the bubble after 4 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... Able to see things above the bubble after 4 weeks. ... (10 replies)
... towards the middle of the retina so in his case waiting another week won't make a difference... Right now my dad doesn't see much with his eye, while during the gas bubble he saw more... I guess maybe it's because the gas bubble was pressuring the retina so the detachement was less felt? ... (5 replies)
... Many comments that I read say that as the bubble gas gets absorbed people start seeing around it clearer than my dad... Improvements seem so slow, and he seems very far from a clear vision... ... (5 replies)
... ong story short, I developed a tear in my left retina and my right retina became detached. I was scheduled for Vitrectomy surgery 2 days later. The doctor used a gas bubble in the first surgery and I followed his aftercare instructions to the letter. My head stayed down for almost 3 weeks. ... (0 replies)
... I had a vitrectomy a little over two years ago because of a macular pucker. However, I had no gas bubble, so cannot answer you on that. I was left with gray patches throughout my field of vision, so bad I cannot read with that eye. ... (10 replies)
... I had retinal detachment surgery in July 2009. It consisted of a vitrectomy with a gas bubble and a bit of laser. The bubble lasted 18 days before it was gone. Once it had dissipated, I also had double vision. It took seven weeks for the double vision to straighten out. ... (4 replies)
... Well, it's been 20 years since I had my detached retina, with vitrectomy having the gas bubble in the eye, but it does take time for the bubble to be replaced by your own body fuids. It's slow going, plus the surgery itself will take some time for the eye to heal completely. ... (4 replies)
... ant today and she also did not have an answer for me as to why I have double vision but thanks for telling me about your recovery. Was it seven weeks after the gas bubble was gone and did it leave suddenly or slowly. Did they have you do any eye exercises or therapy. ... (4 replies)
... ng else. I had very little discomfort after surgery...nothing that an over the counter pain reliever couldn't take care of. Right now, I'm just waiting for the gas bubble to go away and thanking God that this was caught in time to be fixed. I can see through my right eye, but it's very blurry. ... (6 replies)

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